Scotland: Includes Shetlands, Scapa Flow and Hebrides
Diving in the waters of Scotland is not for the fainthearted or ill-prepared, but can offer unexpected rewards. This guide offers details of sites including: depth and visibility; required expertise; bottom terrain; currents; marine life; safety tips; and local dive shops.
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Diving Along the East Coast
Diving in Scapa Flow
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